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#55406 3-Jan-2010 11:20
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Hey does anyone here know someone that knows someone that manages the Reading Cinemas servers?  Every time I've tried to access the site in the last 2 days a SQL error pops up.  Hopefully they sort it out soon, I need to get tickets to my 2nd viewing of Avatar :)

I tweeted them at @ReadingWLG but not holding my breath.  Sigh




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  #286652 3-Jan-2010 13:02
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It looks like it's managed by the Australian division (their US site is completely separate and SQL error free).

Don't you have a Skycity you can go to instead if the site doesn't work?

Alternatively, you could give them a call.




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  #286654 3-Jan-2010 13:16
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yeah I was getting SQL errors last night too
go out and see it at SkyCity Queensgate if your in wellington, free car parking

 
 
 
 




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  #286678 3-Jan-2010 14:37
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Nah I've only ever had bad experiences at Sky City cinemas, I'll stick to Reading, plus I get reward points each time I buy tickets there. However, the site is up again now so :)

Is it screening in 3D at Sky City out of interest?

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yep, if SkyCity has a 3D cinema they are showing it in 3D where they can



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  #286700 3-Jan-2010 17:33
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Got a twitter reply from them saying there was a problem at the server in Australia. Nice of them to come back to me I guess.

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